Will having original Apple RAM unavailable exempt you from warranty and Applecare?

Icaras

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Mar 18, 2008
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I'm looking to get the new 2010 Mac Pros when they finally arrive on Monday, but I'm hoping to sell the stock RAM included to OWC for a rebate on their RAM.

If I do this and find that I need to bring in my Mac Pro to Apple for any reason whatsoever, will they refuse to take care of me since my machine uses 100% 3rd party memory?

I hope this isn't the case as I really want to bump down the price of 3rd party memory when the time comes, and it's just a waste to have unused memory lying around.
 

Fuchal

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Sep 30, 2003
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No, they just will deny service if your problem is RAM related.
 

Cougarcat

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Sep 19, 2003
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No, Apple won't care. Feel free to sell your memory to OWC (or eBay, you'll probably get a better price there.
 
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